Tomorrow morning I am off to Vegas for the Kennedy Show
They have set up a bloggers area based on the fact that last year, it
was a real success. People like to kick back and chill out. Afterall,
I am excited to talk about blogging and even though I am not on the panel that will be discussing blogs
I do have some good ideas about them. If… Continue
Added by Slouch on May 7, 2007 at 9:33am —
Added by Amybeth Hale on May 6, 2007 at 2:21am —
(I am going to post this on www.amybethhale.com, but I wanted to take it for a 'test drive' here first!)…
Added by Amybeth Hale on May 5, 2007 at 3:11pm —
I just posted a question on LinkedIn asking what is the most unusual experience people have had with candidates. This is one of my favorite questions ever, because it always results in me laughing so hard tears stream down my cheeks! aaaahhh - sometimes we just need the comedy in the middle of our day. My latest was a candidate whose eyebrows were shaved off. Hey - my client didn't specify eyebrows as one of the job requirements!!! hee hee hee
One of the LinkedIn question responses I… Continue
Added by Wendy Albrecht Kembel on May 3, 2007 at 11:44pm —
Help! I need your suggestions for what to name my Firm's employee referral blog. Click here
to learn more.
Added by Ben Gotkin on May 3, 2007 at 1:31pm —
Today was my last day
writing on Recruiting.com. But more exciting than that, today I was on
the Recruiting Animal Show. Not many people have gotten to witness
first hand the way he and I communicate together. It is sometimes very
difficult given the fact most of what he says sounds like barks and
growls. Anyways, it is rare glimpse into what goes on between the two of us on an almost daily basis.… Continue
Added by Slouch on May 2, 2007 at 6:27pm —
Help! I am a brand new recruiter. Any advice from other members is appreciated. My first week and a half was great. My third week recruiting I have seem to have fallen into a slump. Any advice?
Added by Pat Grueiro on May 1, 2007 at 4:22pm —
I am a sporatdic blogger, and feel I have found another place to be, here.
Im looking forward to hearing and seeing what goes on here.
Im a biotech recruiter, whats everyone else out there?
Added by Kalch on April 30, 2007 at 8:31am —
Given that this is an online community about recruiting blogs, we must all have a blog
, or at least be considering one. So we must be interested in promoting these blogs, and increasing our Page Rank.
Over on ERE
I put forward the idea of using a Wiki (style) process to generate a Definitive Document, in this case for Hiring in China. See…
Added by Frank Mulligan on April 29, 2007 at 11:21am —
I have undergone a radical personal productivity "life art" recently. This consists of learning to live my best authentic self in recruiting, health and fitness. This hunger for knowledge and positive change has taken some interesting turns lately.
For Recruiting, I often visit the sites of Vincent Wright, Bill Vick and Jim Stroud -- because they offer relevant information that inspire, relate to best practices, etc..
For Health, those of you who know my interesting… Continue
Added by Dawn Christine Khan on April 27, 2007 at 12:00pm —
This is interesting. Bill Vick interviewed a guy named Jordan Rayboy. He is a top biller accoprding to Bill and what I found most interesting is that 7 years ago when Jordan got into the business, he did great his first year and used no scripts. Seven years later, he is still doing great and he uses scripts for everything. I am a huge beleiver in scripts. Use them, they work, you are not above them.
Here is the… Continue
Added by Slouch on April 9, 2007 at 1:08pm —
Added by Sam on March 31, 2007 at 6:16am —
This was a first in the recruiting blogosphere. The Recruiting Animal who was one of the first to get involved with Recruiting Blogs attempts to prove that Recruiting Blogs have no influence in his most historic radio show…
Added by Slouch on March 8, 2007 at 2:27pm —
Joel Cheesman has some great things mentioned about him in March 12, 2007 edition of BusinessWeek.
Added by Slouch on March 6, 2007 at 10:42pm —
Here is a list of most of my domain names. I know that people will go out and register a whole bunch of them related on these. I have a few good stories about things like that. I don't really mind if you do. I am always interested in buying more of them so if you have any good recruiting related domain names or if you have any one word domain names that you are interested in selling for less than $20,000, let me… Continue
Added by Slouch on March 3, 2007 at 5:30pm —
Here is a link to I think the first blog post I ever did do. The date was Feb 21/2003
Added by Slouch on March 3, 2007 at 10:09am —
I am always looking for information that will help me and my recruiters be more effective in our recruiting efforts in China. I decided to start this page recently so that I could have access to the views and insights of my peers in third-party-recruiting around the world.
Of particular interest to me are the following:
- Recruiting hard to find talent in candidate driven markets
- Creative recruting ideas
- Combensation and Benefits issues related to…
Added by Brian Fenerty on February 10, 2007 at 3:00am —
Really, the last time I dropped by was March.....How is that possible? Well whatever the reason was, I'm sure it was a good one. The company underwent a transition from Radical Events to Social HR. And I grew from a lowly "Sourcers Apprentice" to a "Real Social One"We have picked up some really brave people to work alongside us; I keep my appointments, talk alot… Continue
Added by Daniel J Smith on November 30, 1999 at 12:00pm —
I left a long comment on an ERE thread realated to Monster's new search offering.
My organization has been intimately involved with resume search since the first hour of business. It's a complex subject involving multiple audiences and multiple uses for search results. There are multiple material unanswered questions involved:
- is there anything specific to resume search… Continue
Added by Martin H.Snyder on November 30, 1999 at 12:00pm —
The new Twilight vampire movie took a record $26.3m (?15.9m) in midnight showings at North American box offices, studio Summit Entertainment has said.
That beats the previous North American record of $22.2m (?13.5m) for midnight openings, taken by Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince in July.
Experts have predicted that New Moon will have one of the biggest opening weekends for a non-summer film.
The first movie in the series, starring Robert Pattinson, made… Continue
Added by Dmitry on November 30, 1999 at 12:00pm —